Examples of enlargement in a Sentence
Symptoms include enlargement of the lymph nodes.
The plans call for an enlargement of the company's offices.
Recent Examples of enlargement from the Web
But Britain has virtually no economic interests in the Balkans, and for Balkan countries Britain’s real importance in recent years has been as a champion of enlargement in Brussels.
After puberty, when the long bones of the body are sealed, patients with acromegaly get bigger from soft-tissue enlargement but cannot grow taller.
The Jordanians placed an enlargement of the photo of Kate, with little sister Pippa Middleton and father Michael Middleton, on the spot where a picture was taken of the trio.
Still, Clinton's policy of NATO enlargement, bringing in former Warsaw Pact states to the West was, in retrospect, a tough move.
After several tries, Tasset was satisfied enough with one of the alginate molds to proceed with enlargement.
Under the administration’s proposal, the Shasta Dam enlargement requires a 50 percent non-federal share be paid upfront, prior to construction.
Barona Resort & Casino, which will soon complete a significant casino floor enlargement, also has declined to put a price tag on its project.
Warning, may cause permanent enlargement of skeletal muscles.
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ENLARGEMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of enlargement for English Language Learners
: the act of making something larger or of becoming larger
: a larger copy of a photograph
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